Results for: Deceit

In Civil Lawsuits

What is the tort of deceit?

That is when you intentionally lie to person about the potency of an object that the person depends on, which put the person at a detriment because the depended on the objects (MORE)
In Definitions

What does deceit mean?

Deceit means a trick or a lie. Deceit describes the act ofdeception, fooling another person into believing something false.
In Evolution

What is evolution deceit?

Evolutionists themselves would find the asking of the question offensive, although if they are honest they will admit that there have been a number of frauds committed in the (MORE)
In Definitions

What does deceitful mean?

The word deceitful means: intended to deceive (intended to trick or mislead someone), fallacious, fraudulent. In law, it specifically refers to the tort of fraud or misreprese (MORE)
In Example Sentences

Deceit in a sentence?

A sentence with the word deceit is: He may use deceit to reach his goal.
In Word and Phrase Origins

A sentence for deceit?

The deceit of the democrat party will cause a shift of the independent voters in 2012.
In History, Politics & Society

Are liberals deceitful?

My Legal Ethics teacher made a really good point the other day - we place way too much value on our ideologies. Are you a Democrat or a Republican, are you a liberal or conser (MORE)
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell deceite?

The correct spelling is deceit. It means lying. A bad sentence because I don't need to use both words, just one OR the other. The liar was deceitful. Better sentences: (MORE)
In Definitions

What is the definition to deceit?

noun . 1. The act or practice of deceiving; deception.. 2. A stratagem; a trick.. 3. The quality of being deceitful; falseness..
In Abstract Nouns

What is the abstract for deceitful?

The abstract noun form of the adjective deceitful is deceitfulness . The word deceitful is the adjective form of the abstract noun deceit .